Saturday, December 15, 2012


Here's my latest work for my church. We're starting a new sermon series in January on the Old Testament prophet, Zechariah. This illustration is my interpretation of Zech. 6:9-11: the coronation of the high priest, Joshua. It was tough to decide which vision to do--there's some crazy stuff in there! Giant floating scrolls, flying women, cats and dogs living together...mass hysteria.

Done in Photoshop, sketch to finish.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Long Head

Sketching with Loomis

Borrowed Andrew Loomis' book Drawing the Head and Hands from the library. I think I'll be adding this to my personal library soon. This guy is amazing! He draws a head, and you can tell how old they are, which I've just learned is a feat in and of itself, and you can even venture a guess as to what kind of person they might be, or what they enjoy doing in their spare time. Then you step back and realize that you're looking at pencil lines on a piece of paper. It's magic, you guys. And I'm just an aspiring magician.

Here's a page. Watched Scent of a Woman tonight. Loved it. Tried my hand at Chris O'Donnel's head.

Monday, October 22, 2012


Sick day. Perfect time to screw around with some new brushes.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

JFK v Nixon, 1960

All this presidential debate stuff got me wondering about previous debates that I wasn't alive to see. Turns out the first televised debate took place in 1960, between JFK and Nixon. I have to say, it sounded very similar to the debates I've been hearing lately, except now we talk about the war in Afghanistan and Iraq instead of the Cold War and the "Kremlin". Also, I found it interesting that they were discussing government subsidies of farmers. Guess that's been going on for a long time.

Anyway, I thought it was funny how JFK looks pretty wall-eyed in the video. Sketched this out as I watched, called it done when it ended.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Long Time

Hey Folks! Boy, have I been busy doing things other than updating this blog. Got a job at 343 industries, which has been a total blast, built a deluxe chicken coop in my back yard that my wife and I designed ourselves (that was an adventure, to say the least).

Also, I discovered this software called GameMaker. I'm fiddling around with it, and it's pretty fun. I'm excited about the stuff you can do with might see a bit of indie-game fiddling from me in the future. :)

Threw this together tonight, making good on a month-old promise for my church. Should spend more time on this stuff...